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Dec 23, 2012 4:20am EST
have a wide spectrum. a spectrum of groups very explicit about the fact they want elections -- they want islamists to influence the government. you have the have not made the statements so clear. not to be confused, it is a totally different animal. for those top three, ties to al qaeda and iraq, what is different is they have learned lessons from al qaeda and irawq q in that they have tried not to go after civilians. they have still done car attacks, they have still killed civilians. they are more confident of maintaining popular support and the ground. as far as their ideology, that is more of a threat long term because they're getting grass- roots support. if you talk to their leadership, they're good at playing the game of, if you talk to the rank and file, it becomes clear -- the italian i know less about here there is a lot of indication that they have links to the bombing attack that killed the toppers team officials said in july. they both operate in an itemized way which is different than other rebel groups that control territory. they both have these isolated battalions ou
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